After a record number of entries, which projects have made the cut?
Lead times have either remained the same or increased, with burgeoning workloads and enquiries and a shortage of skilled labour making further increases more likely
This week, politicians shed more heat than light at the House of Lords, Whitehall gets the jitters, the Department of Energy and Climate Change gets wind of its demise and London has one less Pole
Hammerson says it will work with new City Hall team on revised proposals
Leach Rhodes Walker’s design seeks to knit together city centre with riverside
Barnet Council and development partners ink deal
A Chinese construction company has agreed to invest an initial sum of £220m
Proposals would update Festival of Britain Exhibition of Architecture-era east London precinct
City approves 275m casino and hotel tower
Sketch of the week
The British economy could well slip into recession as a result of the decision to leave the EU - and negotiating a benign post-Brexit position will take years. We have no option but to choose the best model and make a good fist of it
From the archive
Tesco used sale and leaseback transactions to release value from its property portfolio. But would it have been better off keeping the freehold of its own stores?